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Bastar SP writes missive to VCs of JNU, DU against professors

Jagdalpur, MP, May 30 (UNI) Superintendent of Police of Chhattisgarh’s Bastar has written letters to vice-chancellors of Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) and Delhi University (DU) for reportedly being threatened by some professors from these two universities to villagers to support Naxals.
In the letter, SP Rajendra Narayan Das informed the vice-chancellors that a complaint was lodged in the police station concerned for registering a case against those professors and a memorandum was submitted to collector to lodge complaint to the President and the Prime Minister.
According to police sources, the villagers from Kumakoleng, Nama and Sautnar arrived at Darbha police station on May 17 and alleged that on May 16 that professors from JNU and DU Archana Prasad and Nandini Sunder, and CPM leader Sanjay Parate arrived the villages and reportedly said the villagers that their daughters and sisters would not be safe, if police camps were set up in the villages and they also asked to support the Maoists.
The villagers in the memorandum urged to take action against the professor and CPM leader.
Mr Das wrote the letter on Saturday and copies of it were sent to DGP, ADG, Special DG (Naxal), Inspector General of Police and Bastar Collector.
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